Shamati: I Heard by Rav Yehuda Ashlag
By Rav Yehuda Ashlag
One night in September 1991, Kabbalist Rabash summoned his top pupil, Michael Laitman, to his bedside and passed him a computing device, whose disguise contained one word-Shamati (I Heard), containing transcripts of Rabash's conversations together with his father, Yehuda Ashlag, writer of a whole statement at the Zohar. the next morning the Rabash perished.Following Rabash's legacy to disseminate the Kabbalah, Laitman released the pc simply because it was once written, keeping the text's remodeling powers.
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Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag (Baal HaSulam) 63 This is because one cannot come to the King’s Palace but for some purpose. ” It specifies you. This is because everything is in the hands of God except the fear of God. In other words, the Creator can give abundance of Light because this is what He has. But the darkness, the place of dearth, this is not in His domain. Since there is a rule that there is fear of God only from a place of dearth, and a place of dearth is called “the will to receive,” it means that only then is there a place for labor.
In a word, one is unable to do anything if he does not receive something in return for the act. One must enjoy, and any pleasure that one receives for oneself, that pleasure must cause him separation from the life of lives, by reason of the separation. This stops one from being adhesive with the Creator, since the matter of Dvekut (Adhesion) is measured by equivalence of form. It is thus impossible to have pure bestowal without a mixture of reception from one’s own powers. Therefore, for one to have the powers of bestowal, we need a second nature, so one will have the strength to achieve equivalence of form.
Then one must assume the burden of the Kingdom of Heaven above reason as an ox to the burden and as a donkey to the load without any arguments. Instead, He said and His will was done. This is called “you,” meaning this work belongs precisely to you, and not to Me, meaning the work that your will to receive necessitates. However, if the Creator gives one some luminescence from Above, the will to receive surrenders and annuls like a candle before a torch. ” It means that the love of God extends only from the place of evil.